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If your photos are stored on a SD memory card then remove the SD memory card from the camera and insert the memory card into an USB memory card reader. Connect the USB memory card reader into the USB port of your Dell computer. The Dell wiil detect the card reader as an external storage device, you can then open the folder on the memory card that contains the photos and then copy them to your computer.
I am sorry to say but, the 6400/E1505 does not have an internal mic. You need External. Sorry.
Specs only show a MIC connection.
IEEE 13944-USB 2.0 (Universal Serial Bus) compliant 4-pin connectorsFlash Memory Slot - Secure Digital (SD) and SD/IO compliant 5-in-1 Combo Card connector - reads MS, MS Pro, SD/SDIO, MMC, xD CD type I/II, & IBM Microdrive through ExpressCard adapterVideo: 15-pin monitor connectorS-Video: 7-pin mini-DIN connectorAudio jacks: Stereo headphones/speakers mini-connector (same as line-out), microphone mini-connector
You need to buy a new computer, a Mac ideally.
A possible work-around for the 'not going full screen' problem would be to sit much closer to the screen, making the images appear larger.
If you could get hold of a magnifying glass from ebay this may help too.
I suggest going into the control panel/device manager and removing all the usb devices. Restart the computer and let it find the devices again. That might help. Also--have you tried the stick in another computer just to make sure it works?
It's a common problem with Dell Inspiron 1501 / 6000 / 6400 models.
So tighten all screws on the bottom, on the back (where power cable connects),
then remove cover on top of the keyboard and tighten screws there,
then remove screen bezel and tighten screws there - here is how:
then put everything back.
You installed the driver for your card reader for the laptop. If its not recognizing any cards you put in there then that means the reader is bad and since that is integrated onto the motherboard, replacing the motherboard would be the only option in order to fix that problem.